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EIGHT

TIRE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. NOVENMER III tfltt'!'

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DECEMBER GRADSr
Order Caps and Gowns
from MOE'S
NOW until December 1st-absolute mfg. deadline I
If paid dues, bring receipt Senior Board
IS HERE
FILMS: 4:15 P.M. TUES-FRI. (Nov. 14-17)
Shown in Room 1025 Angell Hall
PLACEMENT TEST: 9:00, 12:00, 3:00 & 7:00
NOV. 13-17-3524 SAB
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Phone 763-3189

Flyers Dump New
Rookie Goalie Leads Flyers NH'

York, Pipers Bounce Indiana

Stain~lgs

In 3-2 Clipping of Rangers

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astern Division

ABA-Leading Pacers Drop
116-90 Loss to Pittsburgh

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NBA
Eastern Division

PHILADELPHIA (A') - Doug
Favell returned to the Philadel-
phia nets and did some brilliant
goal-tending last night as the
Flyers becane the first expan-
sion team to defeat the New
York Rangers, 3-2, in the Na-
tional Hockey League.
New York defenseman Rod
Seiling made it a 3-2 game with

his third goal of the season at r
4:44 of the third period and the
Rangers pressed for the tying
goal for the next 15 minutes.
They took a dozen shots at
Favell but the rookie net-minder r
made several skillful saves to pro- r
tect the game-winning lead.n
Favell had been benched for x
five previous, games while Bernie x-
Parent played goal for the Flyers.
Ed Hoekstra's sixth goal of the
year, at 14:00 of the second per-
iod, proved to be the game-win-
ner. He tipped in a 30-foot shot
by Leon Rochefort to give Phil-
adelphia a 3-1 lead.

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Petroit
New York
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Chicago

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8 5 1 17 49
7 4 3 17 47
7 4 2 16 46
6 5 4 16 35
5 7 3 13 40

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By The Associated Press

Western Division

Los Angeles
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Minnesota
St Louis
:Oakland

7.
6
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46
28
39
30
31
38

52
46
32
41
37
38
54

-Late game not included.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Connie"
Hawkins scored 31 points and!
helped dominate the boards in'
leading the Pittsburgh Pipers to
a 116-90 victory over the Indiana
Pacers in America Basketball As-
sociation action last night.
Hawkins scored 14 points in the
first half and spearheaded a 13-
point surge that vaulted the
Pipers to a 53-38 halftime lead
andpermanent control of the
game.
Charley Williams scored 28 and
Chico Vaughan 23 for the Pipers.
Despite the loss, Indiana re-

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SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
PHIL BROWN

Thursday's Results
Philatlelphia 3, New York 2
Detroit at Oakland, Night
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
BRING QU(CK RESULTS

mained in first place in the ABA's
IEastern Division. The Minnesota
Muskies. who downed Denver 124-
106 last night, are just 1% games
out of first place.
* * *-
Muskies Dip Denver
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -
Minnesota shook off Denver mid-
way through the second quarter,
built several 21-point leads in the
second half and settled for a 124-
106 American Basketball Assoc-
iation victory over the Rockets
last night.
Minnesota didn't break on top
for good until Mel Daniels hit a
basket for a 39-38 lead with
7:10 to play in the first half.
Minnesota's lead then went to
49-40 as the Muskies outscored
the rockets 10-2 over the next
five minutes.
Daniels topped Minnesota with
28 points, while Les Hunter added
24. Larry Jones got 30 for Denver.

Boston
Philadelphia
Detroit
New York
Ci ncininatl
Baltimore
Wester
St. Louis
Los Angeles
San Francisco
xSan Diego
Seattle
xChitcago
x-Late game not

Yesterday's Results
Chicago at San Diego
** *
ABA
Eastern Division

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16 2 .888 --
8 5 .615 5%
11 7 .611 5
3 14 .176 12
2 14 .125 13
1 13 .071 13
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Minnesota
Pittsburgh
New Jersey
Kentucky

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9 5 .643 2?t
5 7 .417 51
4 10 .286 7%

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Western Division
New Orleans 9 3
Denver 7 6
Dallas 4 6
Oakland 6 10
Anaheim 511
Houston 2 8

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.538 2%
.400 4
.375 5
.313 6
.200 6

Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 116, Indiana 90
Oakland 104, Kentucky 93
Minnesota 124, Denver 106

GRID SELECTIONS
Our guest selector for this week's grid picks is Wisconsin ex-
chancellor and Michigan's president-designate Dr. Robben Wright
Fleming. Although he preferred to wait a week before picking favor-
lest, his namesake on the sports staff conned him into it.
To win two tickets to the Michigan Theatre and a complimentary
pizza from the Cottage Inn your. selections must be in tonight by
midnight.
--Robin Wright
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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THE HANDWRITING IS ON THE WALL--
ATAC IS LOOKING FOR COLLEGE GRADS
AND SINCE WE NEED GRADS WITH ANY
MAJOR; WE DON'T EXPECT ALL OF YOU
TO BE ABLE TO TRANSLATE THE ABOVE
(ALTHOUGH MANY OF OUR 7000 EMPLOYEES CAN)
HOWEVER IF IT BUGS YOU, WRITE US
FOR EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION AND AS
A BONUS WE SEND YOU THE TRANSLATION.
CONTACT: MR. JOHN WILSON
COLLEGE RECRUITMENT
COORDINATOR
SATAC
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MICHIGAN at Wisconsin
Iowa at OHIO STATE
Michigan St. at PURDUE
INDIANA at Minnesota
Illinois at NORTHWESTERN
UCLA at SOUTHERN CAL
S. Carolina at ALABAMA
AUBURN at Georgia
N. CAROLINA St. at Clemson
Kentucky at FLORIDA

NOTRE DAME at Georgia Tech
Kansas at OKLAHOMA .
Mississippi at TENNESSEE
NEBRASKA at Missouri
NEW MEXICO St. at N. Mexico
NORTH CAROLINA at-Duke
OREGON ST. at Oregon
UTAH St. at Utah
Baylor at TEXAS TECH
Moravian at MUHLENBERG

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BOB McFARLAND, Executive Sports Editor. (108-52, .675) Michigan, Ohio,
St. ruraclu, Indiana, Northwestern, Southern California, Alabama,
Auburn, N. Carolina St. Florida, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Tennessee,
Missouri,'New Mexico St., Duke, Oregon St., Utah St., Texas Tech,
Muhienberg.
CLARK NORTON, Sports Editor: (99-51, 619) Michigan, Ohio St., Purdue,
Indiana, Northwestern, Southern California, Alabama, Auburn, Clem-
son, Florida, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Nebraska, New Mexico
St., N. Carolina, Oregon St., Utah, Texas Tech, Moravian.
GRAYLE HOWLETT, Associate Sports Editor: (96-64, .600) Michigan, Ohio
St., Purdue, Indiana, Illinois, Southern California, Alabama, Georgia,
N. Carolina St., Florida, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Missouri,
New Mexico St., Duke, Oregon St., Utah, Texas Tech, Moravin.
RICK STERN, Associate Sports Editor: (85-75, .531) Michigan, Ohio St.,
Purdue, Indiana, Northwestern, Southern California, Alabama, Auburn,
N. Carolina St., Forida, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Nebraska,
New Mexico St., Duke, Oregon St., Utah St, Texas Tech, Muhlenberg.
DR. ROBBEN FLEMING, Guest Selector: Michigan, Ohio St, Purdue,
Minnesota, Northwestern, Southern California, Alabama, Auburn, N
Carolina St., Florida, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Nebraska, N-w
Mexico, Duke, Oregon St., Utah St., Baylor, Muhlenberg.
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FOR MEN
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COMPLETE SELECTION
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COMPLETE HOCKEY EQUIPMENT
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Hockey

go into business when
I graduate because:

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a. I'd lose my individuality.
b. It's graduate school for me.
c. My mother wants me to be a doctor.

Can't argue with c), but before you check
a) or b)-pencils up! There have been some
changes. Drastic changes in the business
scene. But changes in the vox populi attitude
regarding business ... especially on campus
.. just haven't kept pace.
Take the belabored point that business
turns you into a jellyfish. The men who run

our Bell System teammates, the Bell telephone
companies. This takes a lot of thought, deci-
sions, strong stands for our convictions, (and
sometimes some mistakes ... we're human,
every 160,000 of us).
Individuality pays off. Not only in raises,
but in personal reward as well. Like an engi-
neer who knew deep down that there was a
better way to make a certain wire connector
-and did. Or a WE gal who streamlined time-
consuming office procedures, and saved us
some $63,000 a year.

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